Planit IE | FESTIVAL GARDENS, LIVERPOOL
We are P-IE (Planit Intelligent Environments), a design practice with a passion for outside spaces and the part they play in our communities. For over 15 years we’ve been turning spaces between buildings into places for people to explore, engage with and most importantly, enjoy. From the UK’s largest regeneration projects to bespoke single site commissions, our team of Landscape Architects, Urban Designers, Architectural Visualisers, 3D Animators and Graphic Designers are committed to design quality in the built environment – whatever the scale, whatever the challenge.
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FESTIVAL GARDENS, LIVERPOOL

In 2005, Planit were appointed as Masterplanners for the redevelopment of the derelict Festival Garden site into a new 27 hectare waterfront park for Liverpool.

The £250 million has reunited the local community with the River Mersey, creating a new ‘urban ecosystem’, with green spaces flowing into the heart of the community and a new mixed-use development bringing life and investment to this once neglected area.